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Chinese Singaporean arts and cultural exhibits housed within a contemporary expression of traditional Chinese architecture

Designed by DP Architects Pte Ltd, the 11-storey building reflects the Centre’s position as a hub for the preservation and furthering of Chinese Singaporean culture and tradition. The Centre’s modern facade and interior draws from conventional Chinese landscape painting and garden design. Structurally, the building is modelled after the traditional three-tier hierarchical building division—it has an ‘urban living room’ base, a body where its facilities and carpark are housed; and a glass-box crown to connect the building with the sky.

Dashes of gold and red accent the neutral tone of the interior, marrying minimalist palettes with traditional Chinese design colour choices. Portal frames resembling Chinese doorways were installed to fulfil spatial separation requirements, and Chinese decorative elements such as the capping (瓦当), ceiling, and panels serve as final touches to the overall design.  Within the Centre, there are several spaces available to hold arts and cultural activities as well as offer venues for hire. Find out how you can host your next event at the SCCC.



Getting Here & Parking

Make Your Way to SCCC

Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

1 Straits Boulevard, Singapore 018906

Opening hours:

Office: 9am – 6pm, Monday to Friday

SINGAPO人 exhibition (including public holidays): 2pm – 8pm (Monday), 10am – 8pm (Tuesday to Sunday). For more information, click here.

The events held at our Centre may have different opening hours. Please check their respective opening hours here.

Parking Promotions

Enjoy our lunchtime parking promotion at 50% off our parking rates*! *$2.25 per 30 mins block.

Looking for season parking spaces in the CBD? Click here to find out more about our promotional season parking rates!


Food & Drinks



Location: Level 1 Concourse

Opening Hours:  Monday – Saturday, 5pm – 1030pm 

Tel : +65 6514 8345 

Email : [email protected]





Snacks & Drinks Vending Machines


Location: Level 1

Visitor Information


We are closely monitoring the evolving COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019) situation to safeguard staff, tenants, arts and cultural partners and visitors at the Centre.

Visitors are required to do their SafeEntry check-in using the TraceTogether App or TraceTogether token. For more details on SafeEntry, view here.

Visit here for more information on our SINGAPO人 exhibition. Interested hirers or partners may contact us at [email protected] or call 6812 7222.

Meanwhile, do stay connected with us via Facebook or Instagram. For latest updates on the COVID-19, please visit here



Our Certifications

Our Certifications - SCCC


BizSafe Certified

SCCC is proud to be bizSAFE Level 4 certified. We endeavour to ensure a safe and healthy working environment for our team as we develop and promote our distinctive Chinese Singaporean culture.

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SG Clean Certified

Having met the sanitation and hygiene checklist for arts and cultural premises, SCCC has been awarded the SG Clean quality mark. This shows our commitment to uphold high standards of sanitation and environmental public hygiene to minimise the spread of diseases. In addition to government guidelines, SCCC has introduced the following additional measures:


  • Automatic sanitiser dispensers in all lift lobbies
  • Tea tree oil extract compound is installed in air-conditioning ducts to prevent build-up of bacteria and mould and mitigate virus reproduction
  • Monitoring of potential high traffic density areas using WiFi and CCTV analytics for smart and efficient facilities and manpower management
  • Seat sanitisers provided in every cubicle in the toilets
  • Urinal deodoriser with anti-bacteria agent

We will continue to ensure that SCCC remains a clean place for all.

Green Mark Platinum Certification

The SCCC Building has been awarded the BCA Green Mark Platinum Certification. This shows our commitment to the environment through our building’s sustainable design and best practices in construction and operations.



  • Demand-controlled lighting systems
  • Efficient air-con systems
  • Modern architectural design to promote natural light usage
  • Escalators with auto-sensing variable speed features
  • Chilled water supply from the District Cooling System


  • ‘Excellent’ Rating under the Water Efficiency Labelling Scheme (WELS)
  •  Auto-sensor taps in toilet wash basins